Making a Difference: Hurricane Matthew has devastated Haiti, a country already suffering from poverty, drought and the aftermath of the massive 2010 earthquake.
Special feature: Martin Luther's light has yet to go out in Germany. This reporter followed Luther's footsteps, journeying through spots where he trod during his life.
After a total ban on abortion was defeated earlier this month, a new government proposal would eliminate an exception in Poland’s restrictive law.
Thousands of Iraqi Christians are in Turkey waiting, from a few months to a few years, for an answer to their resettlement applications to Western countries.
Iraqi Christians cautiously welcome the start of the battle for Mosul and the Ninevah Plain, from which they were driven out by ISIS more than two years ago.
Eco Catholic: The global climate pact reached last year becomes official Nov. 4, three days before COP22 opens in Marrakech, Morocco.
Colombia's Catholic bishops urged the government and armed rebels to commit to an indefinite cease-fire while a new peace deal is negotiated.
NCR Today: Donald Trump being a 'strongman' who could solve chaos in the Middle East contrasts with the area's dismaying history of domination by dictatorial leaders.
Jesuit Fr. Arturo Sosa Abascal, a member of the Jesuits' Venezuelan province, was elected the first non-European superior general of the Society of Jesus Oct. 14.
The pope's lack of clarity on the issue in his apostolic exhortation, Amoris Laetitia, has opened the door for theological controversy according to Dr. Georg Bier.